Katja Middelhoff advises on matters of trademark, design, and unfair competition law with a focus on trade mark law, especially on the judicial and extrajudicial enforcement and defense of intellectual property rights, as well as the representation of trademark owners in opposition, appeal and cancellation actions. She also assists clients on selection of trademarks and company names, conducts and analyses corresponding searches and advises on the development of intellectual property strategies.
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Katja Middelhoff studied law at the Freie Universität Berlin and the Humboldt-University of Berlin with an emphasis on German and European competition and antitrust law. During her legal clerkship, she gained further experience in the field of intellectual property law at a renowned law firm specialized in copyright and intellectual property law. Further stages of her education include work at the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation in Berlin and the German Chamber of Industry and Commerce in Shanghai.
Prior to joining BOEHMERT & BOEHMERT in 2014, she worked for the IP/IT department of an international law firm in Berlin. Her doctoral thesis focused on the appreciability requirement of the amended Act Against Unfair Competition.
Katja Middelhoff is a member of the German Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (GRUR).